The Women and the Men made a night of their first back to back games at Maple Grove Rugby Park. The Women Kick-offed first against the big strong rowdies and took it to them early and often, scores came from Kari Johnson, Aimee Finley, two from Halie Fresien & Katie Wilson, and a very impressive try from rookie Flo Macalalad on her debut. Claire Finnbaggason was named Princess of the Pitch adding 6 converts, a decisive 50-26 victory for the Saracens who sit 2nd in the table.
The Saracens Men headed off to Steinbach on a hot and muggy night in full force. We had 30 men ready to do battle for the Blue & Gold. The Sarries opened the scoring with a penalty kick from Colin Fraser, the thistles struck back with a well timed interception that went under the posts. After a missed conversion the Thistles lead at half time 3-5. The Saracens started the second half strong on the back of the Captain Brad Christensen who scored two second half tries and did a
Winnipeg Saracens own Elysa ``FELIX`` Sandron has been selected for here test debut with the National Senior Women`s Team for the Super Series in Salt Lake City next month. Canada will face England and France in addition to hosts USA over a nine-day period. Last year, Canada was narrowly beaten 15-14 by England while USA edged past Canada 36-28 in Red Deer. Canada has not faced France since defeating them in the 2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup semi-final. Streaming information f
The Women & Men hit Brandon on Saturday and showed our Saracen pride. The Women in their new Tanks and the Men in their Polo`s. The Women picked up a Bonus Point in a 26-83 gutsy loss. The Women only had 14 players available and all 14 played a hard fought 80 minutes. Tries were scored by Halie Friesen, Katie Wilson, Andrea Boyd, and Aimee Finley. Clair Finnbogason went 3-4 kicking converts. The Men fought a hard game and picked up two bonus points in a controversial 29-32 l